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Scam MJNA here: Medical Marijuana Inc. (OTC: MJNA), a leading ... Story Stocks from · MAP shares up after new drug application acce … ... Michael Llamas, 27, of Tracy, charged with mail and wire fraud.

The others are Michael Llamas, 27, of Tracy; Peter Woodard, 54, of Ventura; Joseph A. Gekko, 43, of Yorba Linda; and Dawn C. Powers, 42, of Lincoln.

All are charged with mail and wire fraud. Each fraud charge carries a maximum possible sentence of 20 years in federal prison.

"We are thrilled to be working with WeedMaps at such an exciting time in the industry. Our partnership will enable us to reach the constantly growing number of patients who rely on WeedMaps' websites and videos to inform them of the most up to date products, and just as importantly where to find them," says Michael Llamas, President of Medical Marijuana Inc. "With the September nationwide launch of our Dixie X, and CanChew products approaching, we knew that WeedMaps would be an ideal partner for us to collaborate with on marketing."

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SACRAMENTO, CA - A former Placer County wealth advisor who promised clients he could make them rich has been indicted following a four-year investigation into a massive Ponzi scheme.

Lawrence Leland "Lee" Loomis, 55, was the founder of Loomis Wealth Solutions and several related companies that allegedly defrauded at least 176 investors and lenders out of more than $20 million.

Six Loomis associates are also named in the 50-count indictment, including Loomis' father-in-law, John Hagener, 76.

Loomis and Hagener were arrested in Roseville Friday morning and pleaded not guilty during their initial appearance in federal court Friday afternoon.

Hagener was released on an unsecured $1 million bond, but Magistrate Judge Kendall Newman ordered Loomis held without bail out of fear that he might flee rather than risk serving the rest of his life in prison.

The Sept. 6 indictment on mail fraud and wire fraud charges was unsealed Friday morning following the arrests.

The others named are:

Darren Fehst, 44, a real estate appraiser
Michael Llamas, 27, a Tracy businessman
Peter Woodard, 54, a Ventura businessman
Joseph Gekko, 43, owner of an unlicensed escrow service
Dawn Powers, 42, a Loomis employee
None of the others charged in the indictment were in custody Friday although arrest warrants had been issued.

Loomis pitched his investments at hotel seminars in California, Washington and Illinois, in some cases convincing clients to liquidate their retirement savings or take out home equity loans and give the money to him.

Video obtained by News10 from a Sacramento seminar in 2007 offered an example of Loomis' pitch, in which he assured investors he would make them multi-millionaires.

"It's not get rich quick," Loomis told the audience. "But the reality of it is it's get rich for sure."

Among the allegations is that Loomis lulled investors in his NARAS fund into thinking their money was safe by sending them false statements indicating a steadily-increasing balance.

Loomis' literature promised a 12% annual return.

Prosecutors said more than 100 people lost at least $7 million in the NARAS fund.

Victims of a separate property investment scheme told News10 Loomis promised to cover their mortgage, taxes, insurance and homeowners dues by placing tenants in the properties they purchased.

In addition they were promised payments of several hundred dollars a month.

Prosecutors said Loomis and his associates purchased roughly 200 properties in multiple states on behalf of Loomis Wealth Solutions investors using fraudulent appraisals and false statements to deceive lenders.

In a classic Ponzi scheme, payments to early investors are covered by new money brought in by subsequent investors.

The FBI said the Loomis program began collapsing in 2008 when the payments to investors stopped.

One Sacramento-area woman, who asked not to be identified, said she and her husband bought four homes and condos in California, Arizona and Florida in 2007 and 2008.

She said three of the four were never rented and cash flow from the fourth failed to cover the expenses. All four properties went into foreclosure.

The couple also lost $350,000 in retirement savings they invested in Loomis' NARAS fund.

The woman told News10 Loomis was extremely convincing while conducting his wealth seminars.

"This has really rocked our sense of good judgment. We don't know who to trust," she said.

Loomis' Roseville offices were raided and his bank accounts worth $460,000 were seized in the summer of 2008.

Loomis later lost his luxury Granite Bay home to foreclosure and in 2010 he appeared to be trying to make a new start in Indiana.

A Website designer in Indianapolis said Loomis approached him to design a website to attract real estate investors.

By the time Loomis was arrested, he was earning $1,500 per month driving a truck and qualified for a court-appointed federal defender.

A total of 16 other people linked to Loomis had previously been charged with varying degrees of involvement in fraudulent activity.

One of them, Christopher Warren, 30, fled the country aboard a private jet in 2009 after posting an online confession implicating Loomis Wealth Solutions in fraudulent activity.

Warren was later arrested trying to sneak back into the United States from Canada and was sentenced this week to 14 years in federal prison.

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